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Thin for Life Diet

How this diet works: 

Ann Fletcher located 160 people who had lost at least 20 pounds and maintained that loss for at least three years. She calls these weight loss experts 'masters of weight control,' and uses their advice and personal histories to describe 10 keys to weight management that include developing a positive attitude and learning how to stop relapses.
Good points:

There is no strict diet to follow, and readers are encouraged to adjust the plan to fit their own personal circumstances. Once you lose weight following this strategy, you'll have learned how to keep it off for good. 

Bad points:

Weight loss will be gradual. It may take quite a bit of effort and behavior changes to successfully alter your lifestyle meet these suggestions. 


More information about this diet:

Fletcher's Thin for Life Daybook is a handy way to set daily goals and keep track of your progress.   You can eat at restaurants and alcohol and caffeine are allowed.   

This diet can be followed if you are a vegetarian. 

Book: Thin for Life: 10 Keys to Success from People Who Have Lost Weight and Kept It Off


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